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Forsyth Park - Savannah

Fun Facts About This Location:

This is My Most Requested Photo Location! 

Forsyth Park Spans 30 Acres Making it Savannah’s largest Public Park! There are Many Beautiful Backdrops in This Park Including the Large Famous Fountain, the Old Fort Fragrant Garden, the Historic Buildings Along the Streets Surrounding the Park & the Sidewalks Lined with Live Oak Trees Dripping in Spanish Moss.

This Park Has So Much to Offer!

 

Benefits of This Location:

-Public Bathrooms

-Ample Parking Including Handicap Parking

-Trolly Drop Off & Pick Up Location

-Restaurants In & Around the Park

-The Parks Beauty Allows for Versatility in Your Images with Little Walking

-Sidewalks & Lots of Benches

-Local Musicians are Often Playing Creating a Cool Vibe

Things You Should Know About This Location:

-Park is Busy Especially Friday-Sunday

-I Can't Promise People Won't be in the Background of Your Images, Especially Any Fountian Images

-For Anyone Who is Super Shy There is Not a Ton of Privacy When Getting Those Fountian Photos

This Location is Perfect For:

-Almost Everyone!!!!!

-Those Who Can't Walk Too Far or in a Wheelchair 

-People Who Want a Mix of Everything Savannah has to Offer in One Session

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Forsyth Park

Savannah Georgia

Fun Facts About This Location:

This is My Most Requested Photo Location! 

Forsyth Park Spans 30 Acres Making it Savannah’s largest Public Park! There are Many Beautiful Backdrops in This Park Including the Large Famous Fountain, the Old Fort Fragrant Garden, the Historic Buildings Along the Streets Surrounding the Park & the Sidewalks Lined with Live Oak Trees Dripping in Spanish Moss.

This Park Has So Much to Offer!

 

Benefits of This Location:

-Public Bathrooms

-Ample Parking Including Handicap Parking

-Trolly Drop Off & Pick Up Location

-Restaurants In & Around the Park

-The Parks Beauty Allows for Versatility in Your Images with Little Walking

-Some Areas of Privacy

-Sidewalks & Lots of Benches

-Local Musicians are Often Playing Creating a Cool Vibe

Things You Should Know About This Location:

-Park is Busy Especially Friday-Sunday

-I Can't Promise People Won't be in the Background of Your Images, Especially

Any Fountian Images

-For Anyone Who is Super Shy There is Not a Ton of Privacy Especially When

Getting Fountian Photos

This Location is Perfect For:

-Almost Everyone!!!!!

-Those Who Can't Walk Too Far or in a Wheelchair 

-People Who Want a Mix of Everything Savannah has to Offer in One Session

Historic Squares

Savannah Georgia

Fun Facts About This Location:

The Savannah Historic District Has Twenty-Two Beautiful Squares. They are Located at Street Intersections & Are About 200 Feet Long & Wide. They Literally Are Squares Filled with Grass, Trees, Benches & Monuments! Each Has its Own Name & Unique Beauty. Personally, I Think These Squares are What Make the Historic Downtown So Special! 

My Favorite Squares for Photo Sessions:

-Chatham Square - Barnard & Wayne St

-Monterey Square - Bull & Wayne St

-Orleans Square - Barnard & W. McDonough St

-Pulaski Square - Barnard & W. Macon St

Benefits of These Locations:

-Quieter

-More Privacy

-Sidewalks & Benches

-Great for Walking Photos

-Historic Urban Vibes 

-Beautiful Nature & Architecture

-Chatham, Pulaski, & Orleans Squares Have No Monuments

-Orleans Squares has a Beautiful Fountian

Things You Should Know About This Location:

-No Public Bathrooms

-Squares are Small

-Street Parking is Usually Available but You May Have to Walk

-Parked Cars Will Be in Some of Your Photos

-Monterey Square May Have Some More Foot Traffic Than Others

This Location is Perfect For:

-Those Who Want a Little More Privacy

-Those Who Enjoy a Walk 

-People Who Want Non-Touristy Photos in Savannah

Historic Wormsloe Site

Savannah Georgia

Fun Facts About This Location:

This is a Highly Requested Photo Location. This Location is Famous for the Gorgeous Oak Lined Avenue. This Site is 882 Acres & Home to the Oldest Ruins in Savannah. Wormsloe was a Plantation Established by Noble Jones One of Georgia's Founders. The State of Georgia Acquired Most of the Wormsloe Property in 1973 & Then Turned it Into a State Historic Site in 1979. Today There is a Small Museum, Gift Shop, Walking Trails & Picnic Tables for Visitors to Enjoy.

 

Benefits of This Location:

-Bathrooms

-Ample Parking

-Breathtaking Magical View

Things You Should Know About This Location:

-A Vehicle is Required to Get to the Photo Location

-Having Your Own Vehicle is Preferred

-The Oak Avenue is a Real Working Road 

(We Will Need to Wait for Traffic in Order to Photograph & We Will Be In & Out of

the Avenue Several Times)

-No Paved Areas - Photos Will All Be Done on Dirt & Grass

-I Can't Promise Cars Won't be in the Background of a Few of Your Images

-Site is Normally Too Busy for Photos on Saturdays

-Site is Only Open 9:00am - 4:30pm

-Admission Fees Are Required

(My Wormsloe Sessions Include Complimentary Admission for Two - You Wouldn't Be

Charged Admission Fees Unless Your Group is Larger Than Two People)  

This Location is Perfect For:

-Romantic Images

-Nature Filled Images

-Those Who Want an Iconic Backdrop

-Bucket List Visit for Many

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 Downtown Statesboro Georgia

Fun Facts About This Location:

Statesboro is a Small College City with a Cute Downtown. It is Home to Georgia Southern University & Known as Home of the Eagles. The Downtown has Been Featured in Several Movies Including the 1995 Movie 'Now & Then" & The City was the Inspiration for the Song 'Statesboro Blues' Written by Blind Willie McTell & Covered by the Allman Brothers Band.  

 

Benefits of This Location:

-Ample Free Parking

-Sidewalks are Not Busy

-Good Coffee & Food Nearby

Things You Should Know About This Location:

-No Public Bathrooms

-Not A Lot of Nature or Greenery

 -I Can't Promise Cars Won't be in the Background of Your Images

This Location is Perfect For:

-Senior Sessions

-Professional Images 

-Those Looking for Urban Vibe

-Those Looking for a Small Town Feel in Images 

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Botanical Garden

Statesboro Georgia

Fun Facts About This Location:

Statesboro's Botantical Garden is Part of Georgia Southern University. It Originally was the Farmstead of Dan and Catharine Bland. It is Now 11 Acres of Beautifully Landscaped Garden Areas & Trails. This Location is a Popular Local Wedding Venue.    

 

Benefits of This Location:

-Ample Free Parking

-Clean Bathrooms

-Not Super Busy

-Areas of Privacy

-Some Covered Spots in Case of Rain

-Plenty of Benches

-Sidewalks & Grassy Areas 

Things You Should Know About This Location:

 -Photo Sessions are Unavailable on Saturdays & Sundays

-Garden is Only Open 9:30am - 7:00pm

-No Large Props are Allowed on Site

-Availability Based on Venues Schedule

-Need to Reach Out to Book At Least 2 Weeks Prior to Desired Session Date

This Location is Perfect For:

-Almost Everyone

-Those Who Want a Little More Privacy

-Those Wanting a Quiet Place

-Those Who are in a Wheelchair 

-Sessions Including Children

-Nature Lovers

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 Twin Oaks Vineyard

Statesboro Georgia

Fun Facts About This Location:

Statesboro's Newest Event Venue. This Venue Used to be a Winery & Recently was Purchased & Revitalized by a Local Family Who Runs the Business Today. The Property is Well Taken Care of & Offers Beautiful Large Field Views, Muscadine Grapevines, Two Large Oak Trees & a Patio Area with Swing Benches & a Pergola

 

Benefits of This Location:

-Ample Free Parking

-Clean Bathrooms

-Not Busy

-Privacy

-Covered Spots in Case of Rain

 

 

Things You Should Know About This Location:

 -Availability Based on Venues Schedule 

-Need to Reach Out to Book At Least 2 Weeks Prior to Desired Session Date

-Venue is Located on a Dirt Road

-A Walk Through Grass or a Ride in a Farm Utility Vehicle May be Required to Get to  the Photo Location

-A Family Lives on Site

This Location is Perfect For:

-Those Wanting Privacy

-Those Wanting a Quiet Place

-Sessions Including Children

-Nature Lovers

-Those Looking for A Country Feel or Vibe in Images

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 George L Smith State Park

Twin City Georgia

Fun Facts About This Location:

Probably Most Famous for its 1880 Gristmill, Saw Mill, Dam & Covered Bridge Combo. This Lakeside State Park Offers Camping, Boating & Cottage & Event Rentals. It has Several Miles of Walking & Biking Trails & Offers Kayak Tours Through a Local Guide.  

 

Benefits of This Location:

-Ample Parking

-Public Bathrooms

-Areas of Privacy

-Water Views

 

 

Things You Should Know About This Location:

-Day Parking Pass is Required

(My Sessions Include One Complimentary Parking Pass - You Wouldn't Be Charged for

a Parking Pass Unless Your Group Requires More Than One Vehicle)  

Walking May be Required to Get to Photo Location

-Alligators May be Present

This Location is Perfect For:

-Those Wanting Privacy

-Those Wanting a Quiet Place

-Nature Lovers

-Water Lovers